Cinemas have survived threats before. But the pandemic shutdown might speed up the shift to short theatre runs or take us back to the old studio-style monopolies.
Some skin symptoms appear soon after infection, while others arise later or in more severe disease. Most get better with time.
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The Trouble With Being Born has been withdrawn from Melbourne International Film Festival – but individual viewers should be able to decide what films they want to see.
Queensland's 120-year-old mistake of fact excuse allows defendants to argue they honestly and reasonably believed the other person consented to sex — even if they did not.
Don't think you're alone when working from home - the typical office desk has more than 10 million bacteria. Here's how to stop your WFH setup leaving you needing sick leave.
Certain crimes, such as robberies and sexual offences, have declined dramatically during the pandemic, while others, such as online fraud, domestic violence and homicides, have not.
UVC radiation is effective for disinfecting objects and surfaces. It could help manage the coronavirus pandemic and fill gaps in PPE supplies.
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Having longer top eyelashes can enhance our ability to express our feelings and communicate with others. But the most significant reason we have them is to protect our eyes.
Reports suggest people have been visiting their GPs for a certificate clearing them of COVID-19, at the request of their employer or school. But doctors can't conclusively clear a person of the virus.
Boogers, snot, bogeys and boogies are the common names for mucus that's dried in your nose. Mucus is very important as it protects the body from getting sick.
Feeling tired after endless Zoom meetings? You're not alone. Research suggests video calls increase our cognitive load compared with face-to-face meetings.
At least two thirds of mobile phones are contaminated with bacteria or viruses, but most people never clean them.
There's no guarantee a coronavirus vaccine will arrive, so we need research to understand the best ways to use facemasks, hand hygiene, and other interventions to control the spread of the disease
While there may be benefits to wearing face masks in some situations, the evidence doesn't support wearing them all the time.
Coronavirus calls on police to ensure people are obeying the new rules, and to continue their essential function of keeping the peace.
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Soap can dissolve the fatty envelope on the outer part of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, leading to the destruction of the whole virus particle.
The reason we're seeing widespread panic around the coronavirus is probably because there are so many unknowns. But taking some simple steps can help us keep our anxiety under control.
The coronavirus outbreak could prove to be the tipping point for remote work arrangements to become the norm.
Rogue coffee cups and changing hairstyles can distract film audiences. Whose job is it to maintain continuity? And does it matter in the big picture?
Men are 17% more likely to be diagnosed with cancer than they were 30 years ago.
New research estimates 24% of cancers in men that were detected in 2012 were overdiagnosed, meaning they never would have caused harm if left untreated.